This issue of JAN
Current issues and forthcoming events
Myth of empowerment in chronic illness
Between joy and sorrow: being a parent of a child with developmental disability
Kearney, P.M.; Griffin, T.
Negotiating lay and professional roles in the care of children with complex health care needs
Dilemmas in the provision of own-home respite support for parents of young children with complex health care needs: evidence from an evaluation
Olsen, R.; Maslin-Prothero, P.
The effectiveness of parenting programmes facilitated by health visitors
Long, A.; McCarney, S.; Smyth, G.; Magorrian, N.; Dillon, A.
Whither nursing? Discourses underlying the attribution of master’s level performance in nursing
Ashworth, P.D.; Gerrish, K.; McManus, M.
The primary and secondary care interface: the educational needs of nursing staff for the provision of seamless care
Werrett, J.A.; Helm, R.H.; Carnwell, R.
Reflection as a transforming process: student advanced nurse practitioners’ experiences of developing reflective skills as part of an MSc programme
The development of reflective learning in the context of health counselling and health promotion during nurse education
Liimatainen, L.; Poskiparta, M.; Karhila, P.; Sjögren, A.
Chronic pain and coping: a proposed role for nurses and nursing models
Richardson, C.; Poole, H.
A measure of patient empowerment in hospital environments catering for older people
The role of tacit knowledge in the work context of nursing
Herbig, B.; Büssing, A.; Ewert, T.
Development of a patient-orientated instrument to measure service quality in outpatient departments
Hiidenhovi, H.; Laippala, P.; Nojonen, K.
Swedish nurses’ attitudes towards research and development within nursing
Björkström, M.E.; Hamrin, E.K.F.
Resolving Ethical Dilemmas: A Guide for Clinicians, 2nd edition by Bernard Lo (2000). Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, $39·95, ISBN 0 781 72219␣5.
Intelligence: A Very Short Introduction by Ian J. Deary. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001, 132 pages, £5·99, ISBN 0 192 89321 1.
A Guide to Laboratory Investigations, 3rd edition by Michael McGhee. Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford, 2000, 163 pages, £17·95, ISBN 0 857 75357 7.
Research Methodology in the Social, Behavioural and Life Sciences edited by Herman J. Ader and Gideon J. Mellenbergh. Sage Publications, London, 1999, 393 pages, £18·99, ISBN 0 761 95884 3.
Gastrointestinal Problems edited by Martin S. Lipsky et al. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Philadelphia, 2000, £20·00, 224 pages, ISBN 0 781 72054 0.
Forthcoming contents for Volume 34, Number 6, June 2001